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Jol and Fulham's former Tottenham contingent are keen to show their north London neighbours what they might be missing

Matthäus: Great player, but terrible playboy who can't find joy as a coach

He won the World Cup but remains unloved in Germany due to erratic love life and poor managerial record

What happens when the game is up for football's empire-builders?

As Arsène Wenger is discovering, even the greatest managers run out of time when the victories stop coming

Fulham clinch place in Europa League

Fulham will play in the Europa League next season via the Premier League's Fair Play League.

Fulham in line for Europa League qualification

Fulham are in contention for an unlikely place in next season's UEFA Europa League via the Fair Play system.

Spurs must avoid repeat of Perryman's darkest nights

Own goal then red card for legend who still seethes over injustice in Madrid which left 'nasty taste'

Rangers seal memorable triumph thanks to Edu's late contribution

Sporting 2 Rangers 2 (3-3 on aggregate; Rangers win on away goals)

Jensen appointed as Kean assistant at Blackburn

Former Arsenal and Denmark midfielder John Jensen has been appointed assistant to Steve Kean at Blackburn Rovers.

Can England win the generation game?

The Under-19 boys begin their European Championship tomorrow. Can they deliver where Capello's men failed?

Ipswich to name stand after Robson

Ipswich are to rename a stand at their Portman Road ground in honour of former manager Sir Bobby Robson.

Ipswich consider new Robson tribute

Ipswich chief executive Simon Clegg has revealed the club are considering naming a stand at Portman Road after Sir Bobby Robson.

Police want water cannons to beat back city rioters

Metropolitan and Greater Manchester forces are looking at continental-style crowd-control tactics in the wake of the G20 demonstrations

Robin Scott-Elliot: Treble Irn-Brus all round as real men do battle in Ayr

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'Angry’ Gibson committed to Boro

With Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson privately reaffirming his commitment to the club amid speculation on Teesside that his enthusiasm may have waned, and with manager Gareth Southgate talking of ‘‘wholesale changes’’ as Boro prepare for the expected drop to the Championship tomorrow at West Ham, planning at the Riverside is moving at some pace.

Wiese's slip-up hands victory to Shakhtar

Shakhtar Donetsk 2 Werder Bremen 1 (Aet; score 1-1 after 90 minutes)

10 reasons why you should watch the Uefa Cup final

The tournament's been a turn-off but, writes Glenn Moore, Werder v Shakhtar is a game you just can't afford to miss (honestly!)

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